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JavaServer Faces by Hans Bergsten

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Returning a Non-JSF View Response

In most cases, links and submit buttons in a screen generated by a JSF view trigger a request back to the same view, so that user input can be processed by the same view as we discussed earlier. There are exceptions, though. Links may point directly to any type of resource, e.g., a regular JSP or HTML page. It’s also possible that the response to a JSF view request must be generated by some other resource type than a JSF view.

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